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For this week’s #ocsbFridayFeeling, on January 17 staff and students across the Board wore black shirts in support of equitable and inclusive learning environments and to stand up against anti-black racism. The huge snowfall earlier in the week provided lots of fresh air and fun in the snow for our students who were so glad to be back. #ocsbblackshirtday

The St. Daniel School students designed their own black shirts to stand in solidarity against Black racism.

Perfect and powerful message on the shirt of this student at Our Lady of Fatima School.

Back to school for the students at Lester B. Pearson High School and a great showing of support for #ocsbBlackShirtDay 

The Ottawa Catholic School Board looks forward to continuing the conversation and empowering one another!

Everyone is always welcome at St. James School.

These students are happy to be back and enjoying hands-on learning at St. Philip School.

With the active weather this week, the timing was perfect for the students at St. Francis of Assisi School to learn about tornados.

Something was cooking in the hospitality class at Holy Trinity High School this week and the results look delicious.

Look at the cool creations made by these Corpus Christi School students.

All that freshly fallen snow kept the custodian at St. Patrick School busy creating a winter wonderland playground for the lucky students.

Fresh air, snow and sunshine made recess most enjoyable for the St. Gabriel School students.

Sacred Heart High School students trying out snowshoes after Mother Nature provided the snow.


Every week we comb through the social media accounts of all our OCSB Family members looking for happy moments, positive news and overall great examples of the “6 C’s” amongst others. These examples always incorporate elements of Deep Learning, Faith, Classroom Technology and Wellness. It’s always a great way to share all the reasons we have to answer the question: Why OCSB?.

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